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  • 17May
    Business Analyst vs. Product Owner
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Business Analyst vs. Product Owner

    What is a Business Analyst? A person who is hired by a company to analyze the business of that company and to keep it in check that the business is running smoothly and efficiently. A business analyst may sound like a simple job but it is one of…

  • 16May
    Backlog
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Backlog

    What is a backlog? Backlog is that list of characteristics that helps particular teams in maintaining their management projects. It is considered essential and adequate for a project towards its completion. In simpler terms we can say that Backlog…

  • 15May
    Agile Coach
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Agile Coach

    What is an Agile Coach? The part of an Agile coach is not inflexibly connected to the time term of the venture being embraced however actually, it is absolutely a transient part i.e. time due dates are somewhat adaptable the length of the employment…

  • 09May
    INVEST Guidelines – Testable Criteria
    Posted By Brain Concert

    INVEST Guidelines – Testable Criteria

    In this sixth and final article, it is analyzed the meaning of T from INVEST mnemonic: Testable. When discussing this aspect, usually it comes down to analyze the acceptance criteria defined. This user story cannot be considered "Done" unless the…

  • 08May
    INVEST Guidelines – Small Criteria
    Posted By Brain Concert

    INVEST Guidelines – Small Criteria

    In this fifth article, it is analyzed the meaning of S from INVEST mnemonic: Small. High quality user stories are small or sized appropriately. Stories represented up to few days of work (or few story points depending how the estimations is done)…

  • 05May
    INVEST Guidelines – Valuable Criteria
    Posted By Brain Concert

    INVEST Guidelines – Valuable Criteria

    In this third article, it is analyzed the meaning of V from INVEST mnemonic: Valuable. A good user story must define something that is of value to the end user. This could include a feature, performance requirement, or something the user has asked…

  • 04May
    INVEST Guidelines – Negotiable Criteria
    Posted By Brain Concert

    INVEST Guidelines – Negotiable Criteria

    In this second article, it is analyzed the meaning of N from INVEST mnemonic: Negotiable. According to the guidelines, a good user story should capture the essence of the customers’ requirements. It's not an explicit contract with all the…

  • 03May
    INVEST Guidelines – Independent User Stories
    Posted By Brain Concert

    INVEST Guidelines – Independent User Stories

       INVEST Guidelines are a set of recommendations, put together by Bill Wake (see original article here), to evaluate good quality user stories (or more general, Product Backlog Items). Each of the letter from INVEST mnemonic refers to a…

  • 10Apr
    Agile Scrum
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Agile Scrum

    Agile development alludes to any improvement procedure that is adjusted to the ideas of the Agile Manifesto. The Manifesto was created by a gathering fourteen driving figures of the software industry, and imitates their experience of what…

  • 07Apr
    Scrum Artifacts – Product Increment
    Posted By Brain Concert

    Scrum Artifacts – Product Increment

    One of the fundamental concepts of Scrum is the team must deliver a potentially shippable increment of code each sprint. This increment must include complete slices of product features, and it must be "Done." Additionally, the increment…